Earn Easy Commissions REVIEW| Is it Scam or Opportunity?

If you are looking for the detail review on Earn Easy Commissions, this post will help you decide on signing up for this program. Earn Easy Commissions was created by Chuck Nguyen with the whole idea that everything is done for you. Without having to build a website, learn coding, and all the other stuff they mention in their sales video, you can very much see that this product targets anyone who has not made any money online, which is a very common strategy these days. All the 90% of…

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Unriddled: Facebook’s Big Executive Shake-Up, Microsoft Build, and More Tech News You Need

We all have a favorite time a year. For some, it’s the winter holidays. For others, it’s the entire duration of summer. And for tech nerds (including yours truly), it’s developer conference season. This week, the season for developer conferences forged ahead, with news and product announcements coming from Microsoft, Google, and several more. But settle in: that’s far from the only tech news that emerged over the past week, as the entire sector has been quite busy lately. It’s our Wednesday tech news roundup, and we’re breaking it down.…

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How to Use Google Docs Offline [FAQ]

If you’re anything like me, you probably do most of your work online. Google Docs in particular is a fantastic tool for writing, editing, and sharing content with colleagues, enabling collaboration and teamwork on creative projects. But there’s a downside to doing all your work online — if you suddenly board an airplane without wifi, travel to an area with limited access, or even lose power in your office, you’re suddenly left with zero access to any of your important documents. Losing wifi shouldn’t mean calling it a day and…

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How to Create and Execute a Successful Lead Gen Strategy

Your audience no longer wants their attention bought — they want it earned. This means lead generation strategies need to be revamped across the industry to better meet the needs of target markets. The first step in this evolution is to create compelling content, and the second is to use that content to convert visitors into leads. Of course, this is easier said than done. To highlight the importance of a powerful lead generation strategy, we are going to backtrack a little bit first. Are you familiar with the analogy…

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12 Huge Announcements from the 2018 Google I/O Keynote

“Make good things together.” That’s the phrase that flashed across the screen at the start of Google I/O 2018, the company’s annual conference for developers. Many experts predicted a focus on “responsibility” in light of the recent shrapnel from Facebook’s data-sharing and privacy scandal. But, if there was one theme over the nearly two-hour keynote in front of 7000+ people at Google’s Mountain View amphitheater, it was machine learning and the need for the keepers and developers of tech to navigate its waters “carefully and deliberately.” Here are 12 of…

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Facebook Will Require Issue-Based Ads to Be Labeled

For the past several months, Facebook has been on a seemingly endless campaign to associate its name with greater transparency: of its terms, its privacy policies, and how it approaches and ranks the content shared on its site. Today, Axios reports that the latest suite of changes is coming: this time, in the form of required labels for issue-based ads. Much of that began last fall, when it was revealed that the social network had been weaponized by foreign actors to spread false and divisive information in hopes of influencing the…

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It’s Time to Put SMS Out of Its Misery

Surprize 🙂 Get it here: That was an actual SMS I received earlier this week. Unidentified number? There’s the first red flag. Followed up by a bit.ly link? Red flag number two. I still have no idea who it was from, what lies beyond that link, or what I did to deserve this. Now, that message has been banished the land of deleted SMS along with thousands of other shipping alerts, thinly-veiled scams, and local service providers shouting at me about LAST MINUTE DEALS. None among them have invited, or inspired, me…

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STAR Interview Method: The Ultimate Guide [2018]

A resume tells you that a candidate has the required skills and background for the open role, and a cover letter confirms their interest in the position. An interview, then, is a critical step for evaluating a candidate’s critical thinking, decision-making, and interpersonal skills — essentially, it’s an opportunity to dive deeper. To evaluate each candidate you interview fairly, you’ll want to ask questions to understand how they’ll perform in the role. The STAR method (which stands for “Situation, Task, Action, Results”) is a behavioral interviewing technique that can be…

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19 Google Doc Features You Didn’t Know Existed (But Totally Should)

A few years ago, as I was scrolling mindlessly through my Facebook News Feed, I found an article that told me I was using paper ketchup cups all wrong. It turns out you’re supposed to fan out the sides of the cup to increase ketchup capacity, like this. Who knew? Well, I recently applied that sense of adventure to another thing I love — Google Docs. And what I found was just as life-changing. Sure, you may have been using Google Docs for years, but just as I found, there…

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10 of the Best Public Relations Examples to Inspire Your Next Campaign

Sometimes, a press release about your company’s new product launch, significant hire, or acquisition fails to pick up the coverage you were expecting. Journalists crave juicy stories and viral marketing campaigns, but standing out in a sea of conventional pitches is one of the biggest challenges for any public relations professional. When you need a dose of inspiration, blogs like PR Examples are a great place to find the most compelling PR plays. To save you some time, we curated a list of the absolute best of the best to…

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13 Free Personality Tests You Can Take Online Today

Personality tests are a great way to explore different aspects of who you are, and uncover layers you perhaps hadn’t recognized about yourself before. Being truly self-aware is hard — while they might not be always 100% accurate, personality tests work well as a starting point for self-discovery by providing results you might not have concluded on your own. There are hundreds of personality tests out there — some label you with a general personality type, while others delve into your best potential career paths. Some challenge you to look…

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Would You Pay for an Ad-Free Facebook Subscription? 64% of Consumers Say “No”

When Bloomberg reported that Facebook was conducting market research to gauge interest in an ad-free, paid subscription model, we decided to do a bit of our own research. Facebook — to most consumers, at least — has long served as a free product. Advertisers, content creators, and publishers have enlisted the platform’s various services for a fee, accounting for roughly 98% of its annual revenue in 2017. But for those of us who use the network to consume content — whether it’s from friends and family, or publishers — it’s essentially been…

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How Cards Against Humanity Helped Us Shape Our Product Story

Cards Against Humanity is more than just a game to me — it led to an epiphany that shaped the way my company developed its product story around content personalization. If you think about it, playing Cards Against Humanity and personalizing content are surprisingly similar actions. Both require you to know your audience members, understand what resonates with them, and deliver a relevant message. Both also build over time: a message that works at the start might need to evolve to remain relevant. In Cards Against Humanity, the person who…

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How to Convert a PDF to Excel: Free Tools & Instructions

A PDF, short for portable document format, is commonly used to view shared documents. The PDF format preserves a document’s formatting, which means you can look at the document on any device. But the key word here is “view” — you can’t edit a PDF without using a specific PDF-editing tool, which is where things get tricky. If you’ve got a ton of data already formatted in a PDF, you don’t want to waste time manually re-entering that data into an Excel sheet. Luckily, you don’t need to: there are…

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The Decline of Organic Facebook Reach & How to Adjust to the Algorithm

If you’ve been managing a Facebook Business Page over the past few years, you’ve likely noticed a drop in how many of your fans have been viewing and interacting with the organic posts you publish to that page. There are two reasons for this. Why Your Organic Reach Has Declined on Facebook More Ad Content Competing for News Feed Space This observed decline in organic Facebook reach began in 2014, when Brian Boland, Facebook’s VP of Advertising Technology (at the time), said Facebook is simply managing more ad content than…

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